Name your New Planning Commission
Aug19

Name your New Planning Commission

India is evolving and it is evolving very fast under the able leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. To bring India in line of the developed nations, Narendra Modi has embarked upon many new initiative and creating a super think tank for sustainable and inclusive growth replacing the old fragile structure named Planning Commission is being taken in that direction only. The New Planning Commission is shaping up and Narendra Modi wants the participation of every citizen in creating this body. We all Indians are fortunate that we have a opportunity to perform our national duty. In his Independence Day speech, Narendra Modi put curtain on existing Planning Commission and announced that a new body will be created which believe in co-operative federalism and will be team of center and states. Inviting all citizens to contribute their best for this purpose, Narendra Modi tweeted “Inviting you to share your ideas on what shape the new institution to replace the Planning Commission can take”. All who want to contribute their ideas towards thr New Planning Commision has to post their ideas at mygov.nic.in, again a inclusive platform provided by narendra Modi for participatory democracy. To post your idea at mygov.nic.in, first you have to sign up with this website, which will be done simple steps. After activation of your account, you will be guided properly to show your interest group/activites which you can undertake to serve this great nation. You also find the ongoing contest and participate in group discussions with others on many different subjects. The ideas started pouring from members in regard of New Planning Commission as soon as it got declared. Some of the ideas, the tagline and proposed logo by the members, we are putting here for your inspiration. It is a proud moment for all of us and we must express our belonging by participating in this initiative. Let us join this mass movement towards Surajya, realise the hopes and aspirations of the people and take India to greater heights. Related articles MyGov for Crowdsourcing – Financial Inclusion to Replacing Planning Commission Narendra Modi launches cyber interface to involve people in decision making PM launches MyGov portal to enable Govt-citizen discussions PM launches engagement platform Narendra Modi Gives Power to the People Invites Ideas for Planning Commission...

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Support to Narendra Modi – NaMo Numbers
Mar24

Support to Narendra Modi – NaMo Numbers

One more innovative option to mobilize support for Shri. Narendra Modi as PM of India is – NaMoNumber. Measure your Contribution viaNaMoNumber. Your NaMoNumber is the votes for NaMo that you are responsible for. The higher yourNaMoNumber, the greater your impact onNaMo’s success. Your NaMoNumber increases every time when a VoterID SMS comes in either from your mobile number (max of 5), or from a Level 1 supporter referred by you, or from a Level 2 supporter referred via your Level 1. We all Want Narendra Modi as next PM,So, We Have to Do More Than Just Vote, We have to Mobilise Family, Friends and Neighbours to Build the Network of NaMo Voters by Getting Every NaMo Supporter to SMS their Voter ID to 7820078200 and ask them to add your mobile number at the end.. Those who SMS their VoterID will get info on their polling booth, BJP/NDA candidate, date of election and local events. And a contact in case they need any assistance in voting. Get Out the Vote on Election Day The NaMoNumber Dashboard page (once you login) shows you the voting date and mobile number for everyone in your network. On voting day, call and make sure every one of your network votes. Local party workers will also complement your efforts to make sure every NaMo supporter votes. Come On! This is a life time opportunity to free our motherland from the clutches of Corruption, Lawlessness and Poverty, We all pledge to make Shri. Narendra Modi as next PM of India, who will make the country World Leader once again.   Related articles across the web It’s NaMo lyrics for Jonnavitthula, literally Narendra Modi to address 185 election rallies: BJP Following Modi … Har Har Modi don’t use this slogan tweeted by Narendra...

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Move from “Chaos” to “Calmness”, “Anarchy” to “System”
Jan12

Move from “Chaos” to “Calmness”, “Anarchy” to “System”

Are we moving backward? Some new ways are being displayed to us for solving the peoples grievances? creating a stampede in place of proper system – It is the time to Re-introduce the best system for mitigating the peoples grievances successfully implemented since 2003 – the SW@GAT. SWAGAT – State Wide Attention on Grievances by Application of Technology SWAGAT- functional from the year 2003 is an innovative concept that enables direct communication between the citizens and the Chief Minister. In Gandhinagar, the fourth Thursday of every month is a SWAGAT day wherein the highest office in administration attends to the grievances of the common man. SWAGAT – The online grievance redressal system helps common people to seek redressal of their pending grievances once a month. There is a three-tier grievance redress system in Gujarat: Taluka, District and State level. All grievances are reviewed by the Chief Minister himself. The review is done based on the problems solved and not on the petition disposed. Overview: During the session Grievances are logged in, transmitted and made available online to the officers concerned who have to reply within 3 to 4 hours. The departments concerned then have to be ready with the replies, before 3 p.m., when the Chief Minister holds video conference with all the districts concerned. Applicants are called one by one and the chief minister examines each complaint in detail. The information sent by the department is also reviewed online in the presence of the complainant and the Collector/District Development Officer/Superintendent of Police and other officials concerned. Attempts are made to offer a fair and acceptable solution on the same day and no applicant has ever left without any firm reply to his grievance. SWAGAT relies on ICT Infrastructure, particularly the Gujarat State Wide Network GSWAN, which was commissioned in 2001. It connects the Central State Secretariat with all central ministries and departments, with all 25 district headquarters (the second tier of state government), with hundreds of district-level offices, and with all 225 taluka headquarters (the third tier of state government). A relatively simple intranet-based application was developed in order to administer and manage the SWAGAT cases. Gujarat Chief Minister extended the SWAGAT program up to village level in the name of GRAM SWAGAT on 1st February 2011. Swagat Online program going rural has helped the rural people living even in remotest corner of the state get their problems solved quickly. Shri Narendra Modi says, “The real test of good governance is its grievance redressal system. That should be at the root of any democratic system that people should not only be able to voice their problems freely but also...

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P2G2: Pro People, Good Governance

Pitching for the role of ‘good governance’, Modi said that the people of the country have sunk into an overwhelming state of pessimism.Even after six decades of freedom, the nation awaits good...

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